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Pasting content from MS Word into web editor
Wed 28 Sep 2005, 05:47 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
A potential customer read my post earlier today How "lossy" is your data conversion?, and asked, "Can you really paste from Word into your browser?" While I thought I was pretty clear, here goes for the record:
1) Using FCKEditor (free, open-source) or EditLive for Java (costs something, but very robust), and probably from Xinha and TinyMCE although I don't know as much about the fidelity, you can absolutely paste Word content into the browser and it will work quite well.
2) If you are using CoexEdit on your Domino server, that pasted content will look pretty close to exactly the same in your Notes client after saving it from the web, sometimes even better than a straight paste into your Notes client from Word.
3) Request an evaluation license for CoexEdit and give it a try (using our free integration libraries). What do you have to lose?
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